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Mumbles Head and Lighthouse

By 54 luca
An evening view of the Mumbles. My first upload for about 2 months due to vision problems which kept me from using the camera, - amongst other things. Hope you like it!

All critique greatfully accepted - both positive and negative.

Tags: Lighthouse Swansea Mumbles Landscape and travel

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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culturedcanvas 12 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
25 Sep 2006 9:46PM
Nice light .. id be tempted to increase the contrast in the foreground tho .. the light falling in the distance is the type of thing that appeals to me personally tho .. Dan

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26 Sep 2006 11:28AM
Owner of this photo wants to improve and uploaded it to our critique gallery. Please be constructive with your comments

You have achieved a good balance of light and shade without losing f/g detail. The light is typical of late afternoon early evening and you have used it to good effect
in illuminating the headland.

Dave
nat king 13 7
26 Sep 2006 12:08PM
Glad you are able to take photos again! This is a beautiful shot, but I feel there is a slight lack of contrast in the foreground. This could easily be tweaked on a computer.
54 luca 13 2 Wales
26 Sep 2006 6:55PM
Thanks for your comments folks, I'll have a play with the f/g and see if I can up the contrast a bit.
Cheers
Richard
culturedcanvas 12 4.7k 59 United Kingdom
26 Sep 2006 7:00PM
Hi, thanks for taking the time to mail me .. keep this one up and if you do modify it upload another with the link so the critique team and everyone else can come back and see if it improves it!

Dan
54 luca 13 2 Wales
26 Sep 2006 9:10PM
Hi Dan,
I have made the suggested modifications and have reposted the image in link https://www.ephotozine.com/gallery/showlargepic.cfm?photoid=729495&start=0
Hope I've captured what you suggested.

Richard

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